Felix Gilon designed from 1900. See encyclopedia.
Prices V. Rare damage no deterent
Pate de Verre
1900+ became translucent & light
1904+ thin walled open cloisonne patterns + pate d'email Small cups, vases, chalices, bowls, goblets, plants, flowers seaweed patterns. Rims often shaped liked petals.
History See encyclopedia.
Gueron, the owner, was a great French patriot and died in WWII. See encyclopedia.
D. Gueron imitated Galle but also produced good original glass with Edouard Cazaux
Galle 1-2 layer cameos
Daum Jade-powdered glass intro between layers of clear glass also metal mounts
Schneider-wide range of styles including deep acid etched patterns.
Cazaux-excellent designer in moulded clear and coloured glass depicting dancing girls & men, harvest figures, birds & plants Press moulded in relief, polished frosted sandblasted and tinted.
Cazaux also worked in ceramics
Founded in 1921 in Nancy. See encyclopedia.
Glass with internal patches of random streaked colours Long stemmed glass vessels with globular form & acid finished surfaces
Cameo- 2 or 3 layer cameo, acid etched sometimes with a little cutting. Excellent quality landscapes in strong striking colours. Scissor cut glass bent to form handles
1925- glass blown in wrought iron frames Vases with acid etched geometric patterns.
Art Deco style opaque vessels with deep sandblasted and surface etched figures of horses & women. These signed 'Javril'
Enamelled geometric patterns against opaque glass backgrounds. Polychrome enamels of figures, some classical, against solid coloured glass
Marks can be difficult to see. A few vessels in silver or silver gilt mounts also ceramics, porcelaine, stoneware, faience
Founded in 1967, the largest remaining UK glassworks. See encyclopedia.
Frank Thrower until late 1980's.
Clear glass, Scandanavian styles with English twust
Sometimes unmarked (this does not neceassirly indicate second quality!), some variations